Toothpaste with stones, shells, and a toothbrush for the Kingfisher Fennel Toothpaste Review

PRODUCT: Kingfisher Fennel Toothpaste

100ml/£2.85 UK or 100ml $7.21 USA

 

 

OVERVIEW:

You put it in your mouth twice a day – but have you really thought about what’s in your toothpaste?

 

Most modern toothpastes are packed with dodgy substances not even lab assistants could pronounce – let alone explain. When you boil it right down, we’ve been fear-mongered into believing that industrial strength engine cleaners are necessary to remove simple plaque.

The truth is, the delicate microbiome of our mouth requires careful tending to preserve our vital bacterial balance. Not only does this enable our mouths to be self-sufficient (and not dependent upon false marketing claims), but it’s time to let go of the notion that decent dental health doesn’t require dynamite.  

Toothpaste with stones, shells, and a toothbrush for the Kingfisher Fennel Toothpaste Review

PROS:

  • All-natural, while still approved by British Dental Health Foundation
  • 8 simple ingredients
    • Calcium carbonate, glycerin, aqua, hydrated silica, cellulose gum, foeniculum vulgare, anethole, limonene
  • No artificial colors, preservatives, or flavors
  • No whiteners or sweeteners
  • Vegan
  • Fluoride free
  • GMO free
  • Gluten free
  • Cruelty free
  • Strong black-licorice like flavor
  • Halal
  • Kosher
  • Ethically sourced palm oil
  • Ethical supplier – conscious of both environmental impact, seasonal growth patterns, and farmers/growers welfare
  • Ethical Consumer Best Buy Award winner
  • International Health Care Provider Approved

Toothpaste with stones, shells, and a toothbrush for the Kingfisher Fennel Toothpaste Review with a potted geranium nearby.

CONS:

  • Non organic
  • Reduced availability in the USA

VERDICT:

The first thing you notice about this toothpaste is the flavor; like a thousand black jelly beans partying in your mouth. For me, this is delish and I love. But be warned; the flavor does not demure. Fennel means fennel to the moon.

I’ve tried tons of natural, organic, fancy-pants, expensive toothpastes; almost all of them leave my teeth or gums (or both) feeling sore, sensitive, and neglected.

Eventually, I’d always have to resort back to the standard toxic brands, assuming it was my fate to leave my mouth in the hands of the chemical giants.

I have wasted so much money on rubbish tooth care.

Kingfisher blew my socks off though. Both my partner and myself feel it’s the best natural toothpaste we’ve used. (The only exception is Akamai’s Remineralizing toothpaste – but it’s only available in the USA, and I’m currently situated in the UK).

Plus, it’s widely available and super affordable. I buy bulk quantities online so I’m never out – for that would spell utmost disaster.

Highly recommended for ladies with teeth.

Toothpaste with stones, shells, and a toothbrush for the Kingfisher Fennel Toothpaste Review

DISCLAIMER:

I purchased this product myself, free of any affiliate relationship. All opinions and experiences are entirely true and my own.

 

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